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HIGH on ADVENTURE
JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2023, OUR 27TH YEAR

A bi-monthly adventure travel magazine
by a Pacific Northwest consortium of journalists/photographers.

Kayak surfing

 
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FEATURED TRAVEL STORIES FOR JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2023

Lynn Rosen, Content Editor; Steve Giordano, Web Editor

 
   
  Andy and elephant  

ADVENTURING IN AFRICA
Up Close and Personal with Wildlife

By Lee Juillerat and Molly Juillerat
"So many animals," Molly Juillerat says of her nearly two-week camping adventure in the wildlife-protected national parks of Botswana in South Africa. "It was like being in a National Geographic special every day."

 
         
  Fishing the Missouri River  

AUTUMN JOURNEY 2022...Montana to First Snow in Washington, Part 2
by Larry Turner

The Missouri is world-class fly fishing. The fish didn't adhere to that manifest though and it became 'world-class fly casting with few results' compared to the year previous when we had done quite well.



         
  Avalanche warning sign  

AVALANCHE DANGER AND HOW TO AVOID GETTING CAUGHT  
by Lynn Rosen


Since the numbers of avalanche fatalities around the globe are increasing this season, Lynn Rosen shares some life-saving tips on how to avoid getting caught. Plan ahead and observe warnings - always elementary but critical advice.

 
         
  Guanajuato  

LOOKING ABROAD: Photography, Tourism, and Empire, 1870-1920, By Steve Giordano
Western Washington University's Special Collections Librarian Michael Taylor has curated an exhibition composed of historical travel photographs and commentary that suggests travel photography began for promoting recreational tourism and to foster capitalistic colonialism around the world.

 
         
  Timothy Pilgrim  

ADVENTURE POEM by Timothy Pilgrim Adventure Poet Laureate

The hum

Secret must be at the heart
of it -- knowing something others
will learn someday, likely not soon.

 
         
  Anthony Lorubbio running Seattle Marathon 2022  

HE RAN A MARATHON WITH HIS MOUTH TAPED SHUT
by Steve Giordano

Anthony Lorubbio succeeded in his attempt to run the Seattle Marathon with his mouth taped shut. His only training was breathing: @oxygenadvantage's High Altitude Simulation breathwork.

 
         
  Norway, whimisical sculpture of traveller  

THE ARCTIC ARC, PART 1
Checking out Norway by Brad Hathaway

Norway has been one of the richest countries in Europe for a long, long time. This was not just because of its early and often dominant development as a maritime power. The Vikings had their golden age in the 8th, 9th and 10th centuries.

 
         
  Skis in rack  

WYOMING'S DARWIN RANCH NOW OPEN FOR WINTER SPORTS by Steve Giordano

Darwin Ranch is so off the grid it has no cell phone service and has no neighbors. It's an isolated in-holding inside the Bridger-Teton National Forest at 8,200 feet. It takes a 25-mile snowmobile ride to get there.